- Joined Mar 30, 2006
Mary Trump’s book, “Too Much and Never Enough,” will be moved up from July 28 to July 14 — even though the president’s family is trying to block the tell-all in court.
I want to respond to your edits since you made them after my initial response. I don't want you, or anyone, to think I intentionally didn't respond.Unless you are a part-time lawyer I doubt you would meet the hour requirements for it to be classified as a business upon audit either. Most lawyers I know work 40-60 hour weeks and simply do not have the 500+ hours to meet the hours requirement in the time an effort test.
But continue railing on welfare for those who actually need it while taking welfare while not actually needing it yourself. No hypocrisy there at all.
No, it isn't a hobby just because I say so. And I did not say so.It isn't just a hobby because you say so. And I did not brag about it.
Funny, I thought something could only be racist if it was videotaped using a racial slur.That type of rhetoric is troubling and I am interested to know what makes you think it applies it me. If someone else made the same type of charged comments about other government programs it would undoubtedly, rightly, be deleted because it traffics in some horrible (often racist) assumptions.
I can understand why.But I won't have a pissing contest on who donates the most, gives the most back, etc.
The data collection problem
The latest government data available don’t account for many workers who are still on the job but are expected to be let go. For example, Boeing announced plans to cut 16,000 workers, with 12,300 of those job cuts already being identified through buyouts or involuntary permanent layoffs. But virtually all of those affected workers are still on the job as of today.
Similarly, thousands of stores are closing permanently but still have workers in place as retailers hold closing sales.
And deep financial problems at state and local governments, most of which began a new fiscal year last week, are expected to lead to millions of additional permanent job cuts in the coming weeks and months unless Congress agrees to new round of financial assistance.
But Zandi said he’s concerned that the good headline number in last week’s jobs report might make it tougher to get the needed help passed through Congress.
“People might look at the better than anticipated jobs numbers, they say ‘The coast is clear economically,'” he said. “That’s the exact wrong message.”
Everyone should read this story, it’s short and yet the content of the story is even more dreadful than the headline.(CNN) — The American economy’s unprecedented jobs rebound masks a difficult truth: For millions of people, the jobs they lost are never coming back. “It’s clear that...wsvn.com
Off-topic: is he taking makeup tips from the don? The difference in color between the area around his eyes and the rest of his face is starting to match that of the owner of the boots he loves to lick.I bring this up not because I give a **** about ****er carlson but because it gives us an opportunity to highlight Tammy Duckworth.
Her father, a veteran of WWII and the Vietnam War, is a descendant of other Americans who have fought in every major US war (all the way back to the Revolutionary War). She was working on her PhD when she was deployed to Iraq as a a helicopter pilot in the Army. She was shot down by Iraqis, however, and lost both her legs in 2004. She is now a Senator from Illinois and in consideration to be Biden's VP.
Fast forward to this week, when ****er carlson questions her patriotism and says people like her "actually hate America."
****ing awful. But I guess par for the course from the party that is ok with Russia putting bounties on American soldiers. But our troops. **** you.
I think what slipped through the cracks in all of this is the fact that he applied for assistance while paying a $600/year annual credit card feeAre we surpised DWalk is a POS? We knew this already.
-He supports pedophiles
-He supports racists
-Hates black people
-Defrauds the government
Thats just a few.
Damnit Starboy“There are practical realities — we ran a bunch of red district primaries, and it would come back that the number one issue for 80+% of Republican primary voters was loyalty to Donald Trump. I’m not making that number up,” a respondent told me.
Several consultants pointed to the situation that Sen. John Cornyn faces in Texas to illustrate the problem. They indicated that internal polling shows Trump either tied or very slightly ahead in the Lone Star State. One said Cornyn should be feeling very lucky that Beto O’Rourke ran for president, rather than tacking slightly center and spending $90 million on a campaign to unseat the incumbent senator. Another said Cornyn’s “quietly in trouble.”
That compartmentalization is reflected in the emotional valence that comes when discussing the things about our terrible political moment that really anger them. From my vantage point, the anger should be directed at Trump. After all, in most every way besides financial Trump has tarnished their daily lives. One admitted to not being able to discuss his job with his wife any longer. Another lamented being called “racist” and “evil.” All expressed exasperation that Trump encompasses everything they talk about. Some felt deeply internally conflicted about work that used to make them proud. They all felt Trump had left them with no other options. Only a couple seemed to be having much fun.
But for several others, Trump was someone they related to, a shadow side who was an emotional outlet for their anger.
They are mad (rightly) at people like Ben Sasse who act like they take the moral high ground only to hide under the hay bales until their primary is over. They are mad at people like Jeff Flake who moralized while angling for a new job in corporate America.
They are mad at the Lincoln Project for attacking innocent GOP Senators (“There’s no coming back for these Lincoln Project mother****ers, it doesn’t matter what next. They are madder at those people than [at] Trump for sure”).
They are mad at the media. (“There is so much hyperbole around Trump and around these events. And it goes so thermonuclear outrage every ****in 3 or 4 days. The scar tissue built up on what is a big thing anymore.”)
Really, really mad at the media. (“There’s not a moment where they are not in your face. It’s not bull**** that they are a leftist institution. The mask is off.)
They are mad at the left. (“I’m not going to bow to every liberal altar on this”).
Really, really mad at the left. (“Woke culture has created no other lane for you but to support him on the one or two things that you like and then you have to countenance all the rest of the bull****”).
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